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Come Out Poker rewrites the rules

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The LGBT online poker community (that's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) has a place to call its own now - ComeOutPoker. This new site caters exclusively to the gay online poker community and promises to heighten the sense of "community" more than any other poker site by offering in-depth profiles and extensive chat capabilities.

Part of that community comes from the ability to upload detailed personal profiles, with photos, so that other ComeOutPoker members can get to know you better. If this feels a little more like a dating service than a poker site, not to worry, folks that welcome chat and conversation can indicate so by adding a pink triangle logo to their icon, so others at the table know they're chat-friendly.

ComeOutPoker not only offers a place for gay poker players to meet and gamble, it offers a brand new game exclusively for its members called ComeOut Hold ‘Em. ComeOut Hold ‘Em is played just like Texas Hold ‘Em with one important distinction - straights don't count. That's right, the five-card sequential ordering of cards known as a straight in conventional poker games doesn't exist in ComeOut Hold ‘Em. In addition to their custom game, Come Out Poker also offers Limit and No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em, Stud and Stud Hi/Lo and Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo.

ComeOut Poker is currently offering big deposit and signup bonuses, is available for both Windows and Mac, and multi-tabling up to three tables is currently supported. So now gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender poker players have a new place to Come Out and Play!

*ComeOutPoker is not available to US customers. Fellow Americans, exercise your right to freedom. Fight the UIGEA signing - make your voice heard - playing poker should not be a crime - write your congress people - join the PPA - make a noise - invite all of your friends and relatives to rally with you - sign a petition and mail it*

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